The Reception of Holocaust Films and TV Programmes in Italy, 1945 to the Present
Acknowledgements This book began as a dissertation written at the University of Bristol. My heartfelt thanks go to my supervisors Tim Cole, Charles Burdett, and Derek Duncan. Charles and Derek skillfully advised me on my take on Italian culture. Tim introduced me to the complexity of Holocaust discourse and provided guidance throughout, being an enthusiastic supervisor and a good friend. The research would not have been possible without finan- cial contributions from the AHRC, the Faculty of Arts at the University of Bristol, and the British School at Rome, for which I am truly grateful. The Department of Historical Studies at the University of Bristol and the British School at Rome – where I spent nine months as Rome Fellow – further provided vibrant academic environments that allowed my doctoral and postdoctoral research to grow and develop. Many people working in libraries and archives helped me during my research, too numerous to mention individually but all appreciated with thanks. A particular debt of gratitude is, however, owed to Gian Luigi Farinelli and Roberta Antonioni at the Cineteca di Bologna, Silvia Bruni at the RAI Biblioteca Centrale in Rome, and everyone at the Archiginnasio in Bologna for their efficiency. I would also like to thank the many people who have read portions of my work and have given encouragement and advice over the years: the commissioning editor at Peter Lang, Hannah Godfrey, and the Italian Modernities series editors, Pierpaolo Antonello and Robert Gordon, for taking interest in this project, and Robert in particular...
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